• Kensington and Chelsea Adult Social Care

    MAIN COUNCIL SWITCHBOARD Tel: 020 7361 3000 Fax: 020 7938 1445 Email: RBKCCustomerServices@rbkc.gov.uk Website: http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/   EMERGENCY / OUT-OF-HOURS TEAM Outside normal office hours this team deals with statutory Mental Health Assessments, other emergencies concerning vulnerable adults and elderly residents, child protection emergencies and other children and family issues. Tel: 020 7373 2227   Read more [...]

  • Cruse Bereavement Care

    Cruse Bereavement Care is a national charity offering grief and bereavement support services to those who are coping with the loss of someone they know. These details are for the Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham and Westminster branches of Cruse Bereavement Care.

  • MS Society West London

    Up and down the country, the MS Society’s local groups are on hand to provide friendship, support and information about MS. They also run research information days and events where you can learn more about living well with MS. Enter your postcode in the search box to find your nearest Read more [...]

  • Total Family Coaching

    Total Family Coaching is a team of multi-lingual family and parenting practitioners aiming to enhance family life by raising parents confidence in their parenting abilities, reducing parental conflict and strengthening family relationships. They work with women delivering empowerment workshops and provide The Freedom Programme to help women overcome domestic abuse and learn Read more [...]

  • Full of Life (Kensington & Chelsea)

    Full of Life Centre provides services for young people (14 -25) with complex needs living in Kensington & Chelsea. If you need support and your young person is over the age of 16 and has left school, or is over the age of 19, Full of Life’s Advocacy Service can Read more [...]

  • Action on Disability Hammersmith & Fulham

    Action on Disability is a user led organisation managed and controlled by disabled people. The Advocacy Service exists to support adults who have a problem they cannot resolve themselves. This includes care assessments and appeals, support to get services, problems with care packages or the agency providing care, amongst others. Read more [...]

  • The Advocacy Project (Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster)

    Advocacy Project provides free, independent and confidential advocacy and user involvement services in local communities within London. Their advocacy services can help you to understand your rights and choices, and speak up about what is important to you. They provide statutory and non-statutory advocacy, as well as Independent Mental Health Read more [...]